[noh-uh-sfeer] /ˈnoʊ əˌsfɪər/
the biosphere including and modified by such human activities as agriculture, forestry, animal husbandry, urbanization, and industrialization.
(philosophy) the part of the biosphere that is affected by human thought, culture, and knowledge
[noot-kuh, noo t-] /ˈnut kə, ˈnʊt-/ noun, plural Nootkas (especially collectively) Nootka for 2. 1. a Wakashan language spoken in SW Canada on the western coast of Vancouver Island. 2. a member of an Indian people of Washington and Vancouver Island speaking this language. /ˈnʊtkə; ˈnuːt-/ noun 1. (pl) -ka, -kas. a member of a […]
noun 1. (in the Pacific Northwest) .
noun 1. an inlet of the Pacific Ocean, inside Nootka Island on the W coast of Vancouver Island, SW British Columbia, Canada.
adjective, noun pertaining to a drug that enhances mental functions, such as memory Word Origin Greek noos ‘mind’ + -tropic ‘affecting’